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Synonyms for dynamics

the branch of mechanics concerned with the forces that cause motions of bodies


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Drawing on his specific knowledge, a system dynamicist would intuitively see that net births is a flow variable, while population is an accumulation.
Narratologically speaking, strange attractors are analogous to narrative content and fractals to form; the narrative to the system, and both the writer and reader as the dynamicists creating order and meaning out of the system.
The book will aid sedimentologists and sediment dynamicists in their selection of the best approaches for the interpretation of sediment transport rates and directions.
In general, those who support the IAU's decision belong to a group of scientists called dynamicists, Sykes says.
Nonlinear dynamicists at SSC San Diego and its collaborators are exploring additional applications by studying the cells, nervous systems and brains of living organisms.
South African specialist engineers, fluid dynamicists and composite structure experts are joining computer software designers from the country's aerospace industry in the design team led by British naval architect Jason Ker.
Should seasonal variations be verified by future observations or by reanalysis of past observations, that will send the atmospheric dynamicists into a tizzy trying to explain how it could possibly be," notes Heidi B.
Flow over a smooth flat plate has been studied extensively by fluid dynamicists (through both theory and empirical measurements), and it indeed provides a handy model for the flow over an algal blade.
The COPHIT work brings together simulation experts, fluid dynamicists, and clinical scientists.
Nonlinear dynamicists conduct research on nonlinear systems by using the concept of "phase space.
No one is quite sure, but it adds up to a bunch and gives the astrophysicists and quantum dynamicists a case of the fits.
Two decades ago, when fluid dynamicists were simulating flows in one dimension, a series of line plots on a simple graph sufficed to communicate the experiments' results.
fluid dynamicists were divided into hydraulic engineers who observed what could not be explained, and mathematicians who explained things that could not be observed" |6, 4~.
At the individual level, group dynamicists believe that the process of socialization takes place through the modelling and learning of roles among group members (Schein, 1976).
Thus, system dynamicists go to great lengths to differentiate between actual and perceived model variables [21].
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